Why do married people cheat? Is it because they’re unhappy with their spouse, do they do it out of boredom or just because they want to? It’s quite alarming that nowadays people accept that cheating is normal, that all relationships must go through this complicated phase. Marriage doesn’t seem to guarantee fidelity anymore.
Recently, a Facebook user named Maricel Longaza posted several photos of her cheating husband with another woman in bed.
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.ma’am/sir.. pwede po paki-share kc gusto ko po sana magpatulong ky idol RAFFY TULFO sa ginawa ng asawa ko sa aming mag-ina 7mons nya na kami pinabayaan kya wala kami budjet pagpunta sa office nila.. yan po dahilan kong bkit nasira ang pamilya ko… dahil sa mga kalibogan nila.. mga hayop kau….magsama kau sa impierno…. tandaan nyo dalawa…hindi ako pababayaan ng dios…antayin nyo ang karma nyong dalawa..mga hayop kayo…
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Rates of reported inf1delity hover around 13 to 10% across adulthood, with the peak of 20% occurring for couples in their 40s. Those who discover their partner’s unfaithfulness regard the experience as “shattering,” and believe that it signals the end of the marriage. If the relationship is going to recover, the cheating partner must admit to feeling guilty and remorseful.
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